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On February 26, 2016, the unelected participants of the Naʻi Aupuni ʻAha 2016 passed a constitution behind a locked gate and heavy security to federally recognized “Native Hawaiian” nation.  The vote was 88 in favor and 30 against.  This constitution also known as the Naʻi Aupuni Gated 88 Constitution or NAG 88 Con was created out of a process that was NOT PONO and requires the rubber stamp of the Hawaiian community to fulfill the requirements outlined in the Department of Interior Proposed Rule to set up a federally recognized “Native Hawaiian” Nation.  The DOI Rule does not provide for the return of lands except for the island of Kahoʻolawe and takes all federally controlled Hawaiian lands off the table.  If ratified by the Hawaiian people, the NAG 88 Constitution will potentially create a US recognized Hawaiian “sovereign” entity to settle once and for all Hawaiians rights to nearly 2 million acres of National Hawaiian lands aka “ceded lands”. (MORE)

Why you should PROTEST Naʻi Aupuni


  • 1893 the Hawaiian Kingdom was an independent nation that was illegally overthrown by a small group of American Businessmen with the assistance of the US military.
  • 1898 Hawaiʻi was illegally annexed to the US by a joint resolution of US House and Senate (Newlands Resolution) rather than by a Treaty which was required by US law to “legally” annex Hawaiʻi.
  • Approximately, 1,800,000 acres of valuable crown, government and public lands. . . (MORE)

Where did $4 million of Hawaiian trust money go?

See Article:  Hawaiian Roll Commission Releases Financial Records
Hawaiʻi Free Press  |  March 22, 2015

See: check register of Kanaʻiolowalu (pdf)

The Alternative to Naʻi Aupuni

What is the alternative to the ʻAha Naʻi Aupuni?  Join the ʻAha Aloha ʻĀina movement.  Its a Kanaka Maoli movement for independence.  See where you fit in the Lāhui Kino and sign the petitions affirming independence and rejecting the Na’i Aupuni ‘Aha 2016.

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  1. The more I learn about what happened to Hawaii and the illegalities of the overthrow the more I stand with the Hawaiian people in determining their own definitions of sovereignty by legitimate means. This land does not belong to the U.S. I am a non Hawaiian American and I support the Hawaiian people, both blood based and those who became Hawaiian citizens and stood with the Queen alongside the Native people in the 19th century. They are not a tribe. They are a sovereign people. Thanks to Rising Up With Sonali for presenting this information for all of us.

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